Late winter storms just wiped out the entire wheat crop of western Kansas… are YOU prepared for food disruptions?
A mild winter graced the plains and the Midwest, luring farmers to plant early and causing winter wheat to sprout sooner. As of April 23, a quarter of the Kansas wheat crop had headed, outpacing the five-year average of 17 percent. Everything looked promising. Abundance was predicted, but a larger, unexpected force of nature reared […]Read more